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Tuesday, 7 July 2009

JCC Photos

In all the photos I am wearing the same lime green and black chunky pendant. This orphan from my costume jewellery drawer inspired me with the lime and black pieces you see here in my June Capsule Contest Collection. Lime is a new colour for me and I am really loving it because its fresh and bright. I am pear shaped and so I like to have dark colours in skirts/pants and have the bright items on the top to give my figure visual balance. This is the first ever button front shirt I have owned which fits, as nothing I have ever bought or sewn before in this style has fitted properly. So that's a great triumph for me and has opened a whole new world of shirt wearing for me. In order to concentrate on the shirt I used patterns I had used before for the other items and have created interchangeable wearable pieces I am very happy about.
As an added bonus the plain pieces form last year's JCC also work with this year's pieces.

*The pieces*
Orphan - Lime/black necklace - purchased

Knit top - Simplicity 4076 knot front top in very soft lime cotton stretch knit.

Woven shirt - McCall's 5522 blouse in a lime woven cotton with no stretch.

Pants - Burda WOF wide leg pants (Oct 2008 #132) in a black suiting fabric with nice self weave stripe.

Skirt - Loes Hinse 5007 gore skirt in black/white stripe polyester.


Anonymous said...

the lime looks great together with the black and great on you!!

SewRuthie said...

I'm really loving the lime and embracing the 'Spring' part of my colouring.

gwensews said...

Nice pieces. I LOVE those greens!

Ann said...

Great wardrobe Ruthie. Love the lime green on you which would look awlful on me. It would have to be a skirt - as far away as possible from my face.

Anonymous said...

I love the lime green on you. Very nice capsule you've created using the necklace as a starting point. Inspiring!

Patricia said...

The capsule looks great. Very wearable.
I love the lime on you.

Carol said...

I love everything about this collection. The green is gorgeous and the garments make such a wonderful wardrobe. I've made two pairs of wide leg pants this year and I'm still getting used to them! Yours look great.